Setting Up the Project. Design. Steel Design. Concrete Design. Geotechnical. Design Items. Design Aids. Vendor Catalogues. Notations and Abbreviations.
Lonnie Pack is a Chartered Professional Engineer through Engineers Australia, a Registered Professional Engineer of Queensland, and a member of the Institute or Engineers Australia (MIEAust). Hed has worked in the Mining and Oil & Gas industries, formerly CEO of the Graduate Development Organisation and subject matter expert for coal seam gas projects at WorleyParsons. He has managed teams of more than twenty people in the design of greenfield projects as well as smaller scale brownfield works. Projects have been delivered via traditional (stick-built) methods as well as modular (pre-assembled) designs. He has presented on Machine Foundation Design at Engineer's Australia. Lonnie has led teams in Australia and overseas in the design of gas plants and mining structures. His experience includes Now at Tetra Tech Proteus he is a Lead Engineer and Project Manager in the brownfield design of mining structures, using advanced technical design skills such as Finite Element Analysis, impact analysis and dynamic design.
"This book, although it is aimed primarily at structural engineers, will be a welcome and valuable addition to the shelves of civil engineers of any specialization. It sets out rational step-by-step procedures for undertaking projects, rather than merely focusing on the details of the methods of calculation, as many other texts do. It also helps to provide context for the analysis and design process. While the book is aimed at Australian engineers, the principles and sequence of the design processes should be relevant to all countries."
-- Professor Harry Poulos, Coffey Services
"This book provides valuable practical guidance to engineers with case example calculations which occur often in practice. It assists in applying and interpreting the Australian Standards for determining loads and designing structural elements in concrete and steel. It is a tool which any structural engineer would find useful."
--Laurie Dender, Tetra Tech Proteus